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Thread: 2.4 Slaughtered by Massive Interference...any ideas anyone?

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    Unhappy 2.4 Slaughtered by Massive Interference...any ideas anyone?

    Hello All,

    Encountered interference across the 2.4GHz band in an accommodation block inside a military barracks in Germany. Basically it takes over the whole band with utilisation across all channels at 80-odd percent.

    If anyone has any ideas or has seen this before, please let me know. Mind you if it is something military its unlikely I can do anything about it except recommend they use 5GHz on devices that are enabled. Screenshot attached.

    Cheers

    Philbee
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    One possibility is high frequency radar. HF radar is used for long range over the horizon applications as well as by NOAA to measure speed and direction of surface ocean currents.
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    Check out this knowledgebase article for more information about out-of-band interference.
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